Black Millennial Cafe is my life's greatest accident.
At Black Millennial Café, we desire, through our research which yields quantitative and qualitative data, to help bring awareness to and strategically address issues primarily within the Black church cosmos. With limited positive statistical data available, the need for a company that focuses on providing this information to churches and organizations is undeniable. Black Millennial Café, through our work, has stepped up to this challenge.
Birthed out of our CEO, Rev. Dr. Brianna K. Parker’s doctoral research, Black Millennial Café, also known as BMC, started as an online source for tips, in 2016, on Black millennials and faith. With an overwhelming response to and a need for more data, Black Millennial Café soon became not only a place to gather statistical information and examine that data, but we soon extended our services to help various organizations and churches alike move from simply analyzing critical data to structuring a plan that could change our communities.
In four short years since 2017, we have had the privilege of working with over 65 churches, in the continental United States, to provide unparalleled research to their leaders and congregations. Housed under the Black Millennial Collective, today, BMC strives to continue to make this statistical data available to as many entities as possible, while also offering a suite of services that include polling, consulting, webinars, discipleship and bible study curriculum, and other literature to assist organizations.